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Old April 15th, 2009, 06:07 PM
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Originally Posted by ACO22 View Post
All for profit.

But it's not "all for profit" for a number of great breeders. They are the ones who are breeding to improve or maintain healthy genetic bloodlines. Profit has nothing to do with it, especially since the quality of care and health testing that they provide their animals usually means losing money. If it wasn't for the responsible breeders, the good genes would get lost and the bad genes of the BYBers and millers would prevail (as Aslan pointed out).
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